Today’s SpaceX launch may have a primary mission of delivering supplies to the ISS, but its secondary goal is to return the rocket safely to Earth to a gentle landing and reuse.
Until now, anything launched to the surface of Mars has been on a one-way trip. Thanks to SpaceX, that may no longer be true.
In space, rockets don't need legs, but if you want them to come back, they do. SpaceX wants their rockets back.
While SpaceX has already launched their Falcon 9 successfully, today's launch will be the the company's first real commercial launch.
The tech visionary wants to build an electric pickup truck and a new supersonic jet that takes off vertically.
SpaceX performs a test flight of its Falcon 9 rocket, designed to be partially reusable to lower launch costs.
The dreams of Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic to get into the commercial space business just took a giant leap forward with today's successful test of its flagship spacecraft.
Elon Musk's SpaceX has unveiled what could be the next phase of its race into space: the development of hovering return rockets.
As evidenced by a stunning new test launch video, SpaceX is still hard at work on the next generation of reusable spacecrafts.
Dennis Tito, the first space tourist, wants to swing two people around Mars in a 501-day mission launching in 2018.